IMPORTANT – NEW MASK VERSION! This is an updated style of mask as of 12/20/2018. I’m transitioning to a new style of mold and new material for casting my resin masks, which means any of them that have this “new version” notification will be slightly different from my other masks. The material is still impact resistant, but is also more heat resistant than the previous material I’ve been using. The new version masks are thicker in places, especially around the edges. This also means they are slightly heavier, but not much! For example, the old version wolf skull mask weighs about 6oz, and the new version weighs 9.3oz. It can still be worn with our standard strap kit and remains lightweight and comfortable!
This mask has a wide profile and should fit a variety of face sizes. Please see the photo below showing the measurement of the back of the mask to make sure it’ll be a good fit for you. Since underside of the mouth is open, this mask is also extremely well ventilated and comfortable to wear.
All of my resin masks start out as an original sculpture created in oil-based clay. I make a mold of the original using silicone rubber, and then cast it in impact-resistant resin. This stuff is quite tough, though I obviously don't recommend treating your mask roughly.
These mask blanks come just as you see them in the photos - a raw, blank piece cast in white resin. This is a do-it-yourself piece, meaning it's up to you to finish, paint, and assemble it however you'd like. You'll need to provide an elastic strap or other means to hold the mask on, and some felt or foam padding so you can wear it comfortably. The mask comes with a guide providing helpful hints and tips on how to set up your mask to be worn and how to paint it. I'm also available to answer questions, so please don't hesitate to send me a message.
IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: While my masks are made from impact-resistant materials to keep them from shattering, they are NOT rated to protect the wearer during sports, motorcycle riding, or other dangerous activities. They will not take the place of an appropriate helmet. Stay safe out there!